Sep 24 , 2018

First-Time Homeowner Pitfalls to Avoid

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The Goldilocks Dilemma

According to a recent analysis from CNBC, the biggest regret of new homeowners is buying a home that is either too large or too small. Whether you can’t find the room you need for your family, or you realize that you’re paying for square footage you don’t use, having a home that doesn’t meet your needs is a recipe for frustration.

Avoid this homeowner issue by buying for what you need, not what you think you should need. Of course, you can always consider an addition, or use these 15 ideas to make a small room look bigger to expand the feel of your home.

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